Oh, well, you get one today after all. 🙂
Aside from a comma splice, the problems with this example are about awkward phrasing and unnecessary words: not incorrect, but not good writing, either.
You manage…? That sounds as if the POV character was trying to make this happen, whereas trapped says just the opposite. I think manage to needs to go.
I’d change with rides that to where the rides. I’d also delete to do so.
You find yourself trapped in an amusement park where the rides are supernatural and twisted far from their originals. The only way to escape is to complete seven rides. If you fail, you will be trapped forever.
(Today, WordPress’ spell check says comma is not a real word. With “help” like this, it’s no wonder young people today aren’t learning the mechanics of writing.)